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Diary of a Wimpy Kid

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Kinney, Jeff.
Rating:
4.7
5
I like this book because Rorick is funny and his brother is funny too. I like the great pictures in Wimpy Kid too. The book is very very funny.
Sophia (Age: 7) (Queen's Square Library)
02/02/15
5
Haha so funny book ever! I like the cheese touch !
Jieun (Age: 13) (Clemens Mill Library)
02/02/15
4
I liked reading Diary of a Wimpy Kid because I find these books are all interesting and fun to read.
Maverick (Age: 11) (Hespeler)
02/02/15
5
I liked the comic part of it, where they were making comics for the school paper. I liked the way they were drawn.
Terrell (Age: 9) (Hespeler)
02/02/15
5
Diary of a wimpy kid is a beautifully written story with very creative characters, realistic problems, and an excellent way to end the book, making the reader begging to read the second one. I enjoyed reading about Greg Heffley's feelings, mishaps, adventures, and doodles about his middle school life. My favourite part of Diary of a wimpy kid was when Greg described his classmate, Fregley, and his secret language. Overall I enjoyed reading Diary of a wimpy kid and I hope many others will contribute their time to read it.
Emily (Age: 11) (Clemens Mill)
02/02/15
5
This was a great book had a really funny subject to it and i would read this book to anyone who enjoys books on a funny topic. It Was a great read!
Rachell (Age: 12) (Queen's Square)
02/02/15
5
This is a awesome book with great pictures!!My favourite part is when Greg makes comic strips for his school news paper. If you like books that are funny and a books that has funny pictures this is right for you !
ben (Age: 10) (Queen's Square)
02/02/15
5
My favourite part was when they showed how fregley had made up his own language so he kept on saying juice to go to the wash room except they didn't understand and kept on bringing him juice boxes.
lucas (Age: 11) (Queen's Square)
02/02/15
5
because it reminded me of school
jerad (Age: 10) (Preston)
02/02/15
3
An innovative book that reads like you stole your best friend's notebook. Simple cartoon-style drawings illustrate the musings of Greg Heffley as he tries to survive middle school. Greg is refreshing because he isn't extraordinary. No magic lessons or time traveling adventures here! This book will never make my personal favourites list, but I bet boys will like it. If you are a boy, or if you know a boy in grade 5 or 6, please suggest he read this book and post a review. I'd like to read a boy's opinion of this book!
Beth (Staff) (Age: older than 13) (Queen's Square)
02/02/15